The International Consortium of Academic Language and Learning Developers (ICALLD) is composed of the following national associations:
These associations have declared their common aim to act as professional bodies to support the growing community of practitioners who work in higher education to enhance students’ learning and academic literacies.
Their shared values and objectives include:
The member Associations undertake to extend benefits granted to their own members to bona-fide members of the other Associations. A “member” is defined as someone who has been accepted by the Association in accordance with their constitution and who has paid all currently due fees.
In order to ascertain eligibility for these reciprocal benefits, each Association make their members’ names, email addresses and affiliations available to the other Associations in the consortium. Members from each Association have the right to request that such information is not shared, in which case they will be ineligible to access the reciprocal benefits. Membership information will only be used for the stated purposes, and will not be shared with any third parties.
Examples of reciprocal benefits include access to: